In Michigan, many employees are considered “at-will” employees. “At-will” employment means that your employer can terminate your employment at any time. Your employer may terminate your employment for many reasons that may be…
Potential clients and even current clients often fail to appreciate (or forget about) the difficulties associated with an employment lawsuit. An obvious difficulty is that lawsuits take a long period of time to complete. The legal profession operates… Read More
In a previous blog, I discussed what constitutes illegal harassment and indicated that harassment must be based on a protected characteristic, such as race, sex, or disability, or a protected activity, such as reporting or opposing discrimination bas… Read More
Plaintiff Thomas Diaz is a Puerto-Rican Lieutenant with the Inkster Police Department. When the Inkster Police Department Chief retired, Diaz applied for and was denied the Chief’s position in f… Read More
This is the first reverse discrimination class action lawsuit against a private corporation. The suit challenged Ford Motor Company’s employee evaluation system that required managers to rank th… Read More
This was the first sexual harassment case aired on Court TV. We recovered $440,000.00 for Traffic Court Referee, Lois McWherter, in her sexual harassment and retaliation claims against the City of Ann… Read More
The attorneys of Fett & Fields, P.C. focus on discrimination and other employment law cases in Michigan, including the Lansing, Metro Detroit, Ann Arbor, Flint, Jackson, Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo areas. Based in Pinckney, Michigan, we serve people statewide, including Livingston, Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Monroe, Ingham, Genesee, Calhoun, Kalamazoo, Kent, and Lenawee counties.